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All Ready For KCPE, KCSE; Government Assures Kenyans

Candidates across the country, are all set for the national examinations beginning this month. More than one million candidates will sit for KCPE and KCSE examinations.

The government spokesperson, Cyrus Oguna, said that preparations were already complete even in areas alleged to be hit by insecurity and flooding.

Already the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education, KCSE, had started as earlier as March 8 and expected to end by April 21. The Kenya Certificate of Primary Education, KCPE, will kick off on March 22 and end by March 24.

Those candidates from areas affected by floods and insecurity such as Baringo and Kapedo, will sit for their examinations from neighbouring public schools.

No student will be barred from doing the examinations due to insecurity or floods. Examination command centre has been set for quick response to any incidents that may arise from such areas.

Over 28,437 examination centres are in place to handle KCSE candidates while 10,437 are set up for primary school candidates.

The total number of 752,981 candidates will sit for KCSE examinations while 1,181,725 candidates will sit for KCPE. All the best to the candidates.

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